The Astronomical Society of South Australia was founded in 1892 and is the oldest society of its kind in Australia. It is the only representative body for amateur astronomy in the state of South Australia.
The Society is based in Melbourne, Australia and includes city and many country members. The Society attracts people with astronomical interests, from a wide range of ages and with a wide range of abilities and interests.
AstroSoc has been in existence since 1993 and today continues to be one of the most popular and successful clubs at Flinders University.
Adelaide’s only Observatory open to the Public, featuring a 12.5″ Research Grade telescope. In the grounds of The Heights School at Modbury Heights.
The Astronomical Society of Tasmania Inc. was founded in 1934 for amateur astronomers who share an interest in all aspects of astronomy and its related sciences. The Society has nearly a hundred members from all walks of life from throughout the state; the largest group of members is in Hobart, followed by Launceston.
The Ballaarat Astronomical Society was founded in 1958 on the initiative of members of the Astronomical Society of Victoria. Since then it has been custodian of the Ballarat Municipal Observatory.
The Space Association of Australia Incorporated is a non-profit, non-political group of people who are keen to learn about, and share with others, the excitement of space exploration. We aim to promote the peaceful exploration, utilisation and occupation of Outer Space.
The Astronomical Society of Western Australia (Inc.) – better known as ASWA – is the premier Astronomical society in the state of Western Australia. We are located in Perth, the world’s most isolated capital city.
The Tom Price Astronomy Club started in August 1999, we started with 5 members and now there is about 10 to 15 members.
The Canberra Astronomical Society Inc. (CAS) was established in 1969 to serve the needs of amateur astronomers within the Australian Capital Territory and surrounding regions. The Society has amongst its membership a wide variety of skills and interests, catering for the beginner and advanced astronomer alike. You do not need a telescope to join!
The Shoalhaven Astronomers was started by a group of local amateur astronomers who felt there was enough interest in astronomy to maintain a monthly meeting where they could share information and enjoy the company of like minded people.
We are a club based in the northern suburbs of Sydney (NSW, Australia), containing a number of streams to cater for astronomy related interests at all levels.
The Astronomical Society of Coonabarabran (ASC) was founded in 1992 at a public meeting held in one of the local schools. It aimed to serve the local amateur astronomical community whose existence was largely due to the proximity of Siding Spring Observatory.
We a small group of Amateur Astronomers who keep in contact with the purpose of getting together for observation nights. The group also welcomes Amateur Astronomers new to Darwin or persons interested in pursuing Astronomy as a pastime.
What makes the Brisbane Astronomical Society such an exciting group is our friendly and motivated amateur astronomers covering a broad range of interests. We welcome beginners taking their first steps to exploring the skies and seasoned amateurs alike.
The Astronomical Association of Queensland (AAQ) is Queensland’s original astronomical body with a history extending back to 1896. The AAQ promotes observational and scientific astronomy as well as fostering a general interest in astronomy for both beginners and for the more advanced.
Star Gayzers is an amateur astronomy club specifically for the Brisbane area LGBTI community. A place where you can be among like minded people and delight in the night sky in a social, relaxed and safe atmosphere. LGBTIQ Astronomers: Fun friendly and just a little geeky.